23700 Ross Hollow Rd, Roland, AR 72135
Can you get married at Moss Mountain Farm?
Moss Mountain Farm is an outdoor, garden wedding and corporate retreat venue near Little Rock, AR. Moss Mountain is a happy place filled with gardens, orchards, flower conservancies, river views and is the creation and home of America’s favorite garden designer, P. Allen Smith. On select days, the Farm is open to events, including weddings.
When is Moss Mountain Farm open for tours?
The farm is open for tours from March to June and September to December. We do not offer tours in July or August, but our cottage is available for rental. There’s something magical about the changing of one season into the other. At Moss Mountain Farm at every turn, you can see this change occurring before your very eyes.
What is Tom Allen’s Arkansas farm like?
Allen’s Arkansas home, Moss Mountain Farm, which The New York Times hails as a “Stunning Estate,” is an epicenter for promoting the local food movement, organic gardening, and the preservation of heritage poultry breeds.
How do I get to Ross Hollow Farm?
the next right is Ross Hollow Road, turn right. Go 2 miles up the mountain until you see the farm gate. Continue on I-430 to AR-10 W/Cantrell (Exit 9). Travel for 18 miles to AR-113 N where you turn right. Take AR-113 N/AR-300 E to AR-300 Spur/Ross Hollow Road, where you will turn left. Follow Ross Hollow Road until you see the farm gate.
What animals did Allen have in Poultryville?
Last but certainly not least, a visit to Poultryville to meet the chickens and other animals. Learn about Allen’s effort to conserve America’s early poultry breeds and why he started the Heritage Poultry Conservancy. While you are there, say hi to your favorite farm animals from Allen’s television show—Trudy, Moose, Smudge & Squeak, just to name a few.
When is the farm tour at the farm?
It is truly the most colorful time at the farm. Tours are offered Thursdays and Fridays in September, October and November.
When is pumpkin house tour season?
The fall and the holidays are a scenic time to visit the farm as the famous pumpkin house is up during the fall tour season and this whimsical house is then transformed into a festive gingerbread house when the holiday tour season starts at the beginning of December.
Is Arkansas agritourism liable for death?
Under Arkansas law, an agritourism activity operator is not liable for the injury or death of a participant in an agritourism activity resulting from the inherent risk of animals, weather, land conditions, and the potential for you as a participant to act in a negligent way that may contribute to your own injury or death. You are assuming the risk of participating in the agritourism activity.
Is the Gates open 30 minutes before the tour?
Gates will be open 30 minutes before the scheduled tour. A Digital or printed ticket is not needed for entry. Your name will be on the list at the registration area located near the restrooms in the parking area .
What is Moss Mountain Farm?
Unique amongst wedding venues, Moss Mountain Farm is a Ferme Ornée, or in English “an Ornamented Farm”. This concept has ancient roots and has been used historically to describe a country estate laid out particularly for aesthetic principles and partially for farming. While rare in America, Ferme Ornées have been implemented throughout …
What are the plants that are in the natural state?
Above the rolling hills of the Natural State, herbs, vegetables, fruit trees, perennials, annuals, pastures, roses, and ancient trees comprise the landscape surrounding the visitor and are always within touch and view.
Who is the presiding officer of Moss Mountain Farm?
P. Allen Smith presides over one of the more popular locations for ceremonies at Moss Mountain Farm — the Hidden Rose Garden.
Moss Mountain Farm is an outdoor, garden wedding and corporate retreat venue near Little Rock, AR. Moss Mountain is a happy place filled with gardens, orchards, flower conservancies, river views and is the creation and home of America’s favorite garden designer, P. Allen Smith . On select days, the Farm is open to events, including weddings.
Imagine Your Day in the Garden
Rather than being contained to an indoor hall, barn or lawn, your event will be held in a collection of garden rooms—think of a celebratory progressive party hosted in a succession of different gardens with champagne, canapés, flowers, music, laughter, family and friends surrounding you!
As the sun sets on Mr. Smith’s Garden Home, the lights of the Big Sister Oak come into greater focus, with their warm glow contrasting with a beautifully cool and transitioning Arkansas sky.
What People are Saying
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